How did Peter Strzok allegedly flunk polygraph, retain clearance and pursue investigations?

How did Peter Strzok allegedly flunk polygraph, retain clearance and pursue investigations?


Lost amongst the distractions surrounding the manipulated crisis at the U. S. – Mexico border, is an exchange between Rep. Doug Collins during the testimonies of Christopher Wray and Rod Rosenstein ten days ago alleging that Peter Strzok flunked his polygraph test early. Early on meaning, very early on, January 13, 2016 to be precise.

Yet Rod Rosenstein allowed Strzok, and I get the feeling that Strzok is not the only person whose polygraph was “out of scope,” to retain his security clearance, i.e., in Strzok case until two weeks ago when he was exited from the office of the FBI.

It is at that point that Strzok had his security clearance revoked retroactively. “Retroactively?”  Now how the heck do you do that and why on earth was Strzok involved in the Clinton email server investigation and Mueller witch hunt, both of which investigations are tainted.

As expected, this deep state coverup not only lands at the feet of Rod Rosenstein, Christopher Wray and Jeff Sessions are also culpable.  By that way, could this be the real reason that Robert Mueller finally took Strzok off the witch hunt?

Observe this exchange between Rep. Doug Collins as he grills Rod Rosenstein and Christopher Wray.


You can read all about it at The Conservative Treehouse (link below):

Yes, It’s True: Peter Strzok Failed His Polygraph Yet Retained Security Clearance and Position on Two Investigations…




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